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BMW has launched the next generation 3 Series in India with prices starting from Rs 41.40 lakh (ex-showroom).

The seventh-gen (G20) model was unveiled last year at the Paris Motor Show and is based on the new CLAR architecture, making it lighter and bigger than before. Three trim options on offer -- Sport Line, Luxury Line and M Sport. The 320d is available with the Sport Line and the Luxury Line while the M Sport is exclusive to the 330i.

It is powered by a 2.0-litre diesel (190PS/400Nm) and a 2.0-litre petrol engine (258PS/400Nm) mated to an 8-speed automatic gearbox. Priced from Rs 41.40 lakh to Rs 47.90 lakh, it will continue to take on its main rivals like the Mercedes-Benz C-class and Audi A4 in India.

BMW 3 Series Price

BMW 3 Series prices start at Rs. 47.90 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 47.90 lakh. The prices of 3 Series diesel variants start at Rs. 41.40 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 46.90 lakh. BMW 3 Series is available in 3 variants and 2 colours.

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BMW 3 Series Variants Price List

3 Series 320d Sport
1995 cc | Diesel | Automatic
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3 Series 320d Luxury Line
1995 cc | Diesel | Automatic
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3 Series 330i M Sport
1998 cc | Petrol | Automatic
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Editor's View of BMW 3 Series

  • Upside

    Shifts focus to the enthusiast driver, powerful petrol packs a punch, improved handling and plush, tech laden interiors.

  • Downside

    Ride is on the stiffer side, some silly feature omissions like 360 degree camera and passive keyless entry.

  • Our Verdict

    The new 3 Series shifts the focus back towards the enthusiast. The petrol packs a nice punch while the diesel will be the more sensible pick. It's better suited for four adults and now features tech that brings it up to date with the rest of the sedan line up. You will just have to learn to live with the slightly stiff ride.

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Powering the 330i is a 2.0-litre petrol that makes 258PS and 400Nm while the 320d features a 2.0-litre diesel that makes the same 190PS and 400Nm as before. Both models send power just to the rear wheels via an 8-speed automatic transmission.

Exterior and Interior

The new 'G20' 3 Series is 76mm longer 16mm wider and sits on a 41mm longer wheelbase than before. It's also 55kgs lighter than the outgoing model and features a perfect 50:50 weight distribution. There's LED lighting all around and new headlamp and taillight designs in addition to subtle changes to the front and rear bumpers and the addition of the active kidney grill. All these changes contribute to a low 0.23 drag coefficient.

The new 3 Series now brings the entry level BMW sedan up to the level of it's current sedan line up - the 5 Series and 7 Series. So it also features similar 10.25-inch touch screen and a 12.3-inch TFT drivers info display. Gesture control has also made it's way to the 3 Series but it actually debuts BMW's new Virtual Assistance intelligent voice assistant that responds to 'Hey BMW' and controls entertainment, navigation and vehicle settings.


The 3 Series will feaures just the 330i and the 320d. The 330i will be available in just the M Sport trim while the 320d will be available in Sport and Luxury Line trims.


Mercedes Benz C-Class: Subtle changes to the interior and exterior of the new C-Class make a big difference to the overall package. It's more fun to drive now and while it's still not the enthusiast pleaser it's a better balance between comfort and fun and make the new C-Class a serios contender in the segment. Enthusiast's can now opt for the C 300d that makes an impressive 245PS and 500Nm.

Audi A4: The A4 was last updated in 2016 making it the oldest in this bunch. It's interiors are still quite impressive and though it isn't packed with as much tech as it's rivals it does features Audi's impressive Virtual Cockpit drivers information display. It's also a very relaxed and comfortable driving experience with great ride over bad roads. It's not going to appeal to any enthusiasts though with the lack lustre 1.4-litre petrol and 2.0-diesel engines the only available options.

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BMW 3 Series Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Diesel Automatic 19.62 kmpl NA
Petrol Automatic 16.13 kmpl 16 kmpl kmpl

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